Mon 13th Feb 2012 09:02pm
CueSport TV Press Release:
The 2011/12 English National Blackball Tour Finals are to be broadcast live over the Internet through web channel Cuesport TV.
The top players from the regional tours combine in a weekend of high class Blackball pool action at the English National finals.
Players such as 2011 EBPF National Singles Champion, Adam Brown, the 2011 BAPTO Singles Champion, Shane Thompson, former World and European Champion, Andy Lucas and in the ladies event, Sarah Trudgett, will compete amongst other notable players for the trophies and of course the prize money.
The event will be live on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th February from Midday. On the Saturday will be action from the Juniors and Seniors events. On the Sunday will be the Ladies and Men's event due to be completed around 9pm in the evening.
In order to view this high class, live, 8-ball pool tournament you need to sign-up for Cuesport TV pay-per-view. The National Tour Finals event costs only £3.00 for the weekend and will consist of at least 12 hours of live pool across the two days. To sign-up for the pay-per-view event please visit:
Pete Williams of Cuesport TV Ltd said, "I am really delighted to be involved with the coverage of the English National Tour finals. England has lagged behind some of the other European nations in terms of the Blackball game over recent years and it is a great opportunity to showcase both the talent for the game in England and give the Blackball ruleset some additional exposure."
Clive Bentley, the Western Region rep commented, "It is great to have involvement from Cuesport TV, we generally live stream some of the regional events but having outside help and promotion for the Tour finals will free up our time and provide a better platform for the players to showcase their talents."
Sister site Cuesportnews.com will also be running a live forum for the duration of the event with updated results and news and will also carry photos of the event at the conclusion.
For further information about Blackball pool in England please visit http://www.ebpf.org where you will find detailed information on the national tour, the county structure and the selection criteria for International events like the European and World Championships.
Cuesport TV have been broadcasting live pool and snooker events since 2008 and in 2012 will provide over 500 hours of live action. Each live event is sold on a pay-per-view basis and payment is made securely with a 128-bit SSL connection and processed by PayPal. For more information about Cuesport TV then please visit Cuesport.tv or contact Pete Williams on email@example.com.